Oct 31, 2016

Bucket Of Sads: Tammy Grimes


Drink up, kiddies. Even Tammy Grimes isn't unsinkable. A favorite of Noel Coward's and countless other luminaries, she's left us with precious few gems, since her best work was live on Broadway. But do not fear.

There's still some jewels for us to savor, like her rousing namesake 1962 LP, which she may or may not have recorded soused. Either way, it's brill.

15 comments:

A Nun said...

As soon as I heard the news, I knew you'd have a post up post haste. Thanks! I'm toasting to Tammy as I type.

The Cheerful Earfull! said...

Clinking back with my Scotch, A Nun! :D

L'apprenti-poète said...

Would like to have this but the link doesn't work…sad…may you rest in peaceTammy Grimes …thanks for this tribute

The Cheerful Earfull! said...

Try again now!

L'apprenti-poète said...

gee…thanks a lot!!!!!

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tony said...

Let's not forget her lineage continues with Amanda Plummer. Nice tribute, thanks!

Showqueennyc said...

Thanks in advance for this. I think perhaps I did something wrong because it is asking me for a password

The Cheerful Earfull! said...

Looking for the password?

Here it is: thecheerful

And if you ever forget it as you travel this site, it's always on the right hand side of every page, about halfway down.

Anonymous said...

A big loss. And speaking of which, we recently lost a major Starr. Sads.

The Cheerful Earfull! said...

OMG. How did I miss that one??
One of absolute favorites. I'm crushed.

Showqueennyc said...

thank you!

Anonymous said...

Thanks for this but the link appears to not be working at the moment.

The Cheerful Earfull! said...

Try again, Anon. It's working.

Anonymous said...

It worked! Thanks!!